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I'm very priviledged to work here at #CadwellPark

7 shot hand held panoroama merged in Lightroom

EOS7D mkii Canon 17-40 f4.0L
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Here's a shot from the Samsung Gear 360 that +Google Maps street view team sent me on loan for a little project I have in mind.

I wasn't too impressed with the camera at first, if you look closely there's a stitching error at the bottom of the shot, just across the bike's saddle. But, with a little patience and effort (and some post processing) the little plastic ball can produce a useable result.

What it really needs though is a built in spirit level because there's nothing worse than a wonky pano.
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Not strictly panoramic, just a 16:9 crop.

#Sheffield
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Another Oldie.

This time looking North towards Redcar from the Headland at Skinningrove

5 shots, handheld.

EOS7D/17-40 F4L

Original size: 7332 x 3232
FOV: 86.01 x 36.61
Projection: Cylindrical
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An Oldie.

A simple 2 shot, handheld panorama from the beach at Skinningrove. Taken in 2011 on my first visit.

Camera: EOS 7D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40 F4 L

Original Size: 7332 x 3232 |

FOV: 86.01 x 36.61

Projection: Cylindrical
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The last thing I ever shot on a Nikon.

I thought I'd lost this pano as the RAW files were on a seemingly dead Hard Drive.

This is a view over Sheffield some 6 or so years ago from the top of Saville House taken when I was shooting the building for one of the Civil Engineering companies that had helped to refurbish the building.

A composite of 8 frames taken on a humble Nikon D80 but hopefully you should be able to see plenty of detail if Google uploads this at it's full resolution of 40MP

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The rooftops of Newcastle.

I just spent a couple of days rescuing some data from an old, dead Hard Drive and was chuffed to find some of my early panoramic shots that I thought were long since lost.

This one is a 7 shot composite from a Canon G10 compact. I only owned that camera for a week, it promised much but delivered little. Perhaps with a bigger sensor it would have been a nice thing. The shooting location was a construction site that I had been shooting just adjacent to Saint James' Park (the home of Newcastle United) and looking south over the City you can clearly see the Tyne Bridge and the Sage Music Centre.

I'm going to post these at full size from now on, this file is 13,000 pixels across and is roughly 40 Megapixels. There's a fair bit of detail but because of the tiny sensor it's mostly very smudgy.

#Panoramic
#Panorama
#PanoramicPhotography
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A three shot hand-held pano from my weekend in #Aberystwyth. Taken with my little Fuji XE1, I'm quite pleased with this given how bloomin' freezing it was on the promenade yesterday afternoon.

The super picky amongst you will notice that whilst the horizon is level, it isn't actually straight, it's quite bowed. I've checked the source files and found that the horizons are nice & flat on each of them so this distortion looks like it could be a product of Adobe Lightroom's "Boundary Warp" feature. I'll investigate further when I have time.

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Six shots in Seahouses.

I had the best Christmas Eve ever. No supermarkets, no rushing around for those last minute "essentials", no stress & no crowds.
I just took a trip to the pretty fishing village of Seahouses for a stroll around the harbour and a pint or two in the local pub. 

I've assembled this pano in Lightroom using the built in photomerge tool. It's not something I use often as I find it's exposure blending particularly dim witted. On this occasion however, I think it's done a nice job.

Originated on my Fuji XE1, six shots, manual exposure, hand held.

#Panoramicphotography   #Panoramic   #Panorama  
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Not a bad effort from the #GooglePhotos minions. Three shots from the phone stitched into a reasonable panorama.

This is Seahouses in Northumberland with #Bamburgh castle, The Farne islands and Lindisfarne in the murky distance.
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